Category Archives: Dharma

Prominent Scientists Declare “All Non Human Animals… Are Conscious Beings.” The Dalai Lama Protests Chicken Slaughter. An Orangutan Won Non-Human Rights Over Zoo Keeper. What Do the Teachers Say About Non-Human Compassion?
Drumming for mindfulness and healing: a simple way to calm the mind, remove stress and heal. Studies show drum meditation supports treatments of cancer, Parkinsons and depression.
Internet DIY Dharma: What seven Buddhist teachers say about the pros and cons of Buddha’s teachings via the internet and the risks of do-it-yourself Dharma.
Part 3: Zasep Tulku Rinpoche discusses how to find a teacher; why its important to meditate on death; how to start with Deity Yoga; how wrathful Deities can be misunderstood; and the role of internet in Dharma teachings.
Kalachaka, The Wheel of Time: Empowerment and One-Day Retreat in Toronto with Venerable Zasep Tulku Rinpoche
Zasep Tulku Rinpoche discusses decades of teaching, advice for beginner students and funny stories of his teachers.
Buddha Weekly Special: Interviews with the Buddhist Teachers — Zasep Tulku Rinpoche
“Designer Dharma” or “Dharma-Lite”—What the teachers say about picking and choosing Buddhist core beliefs such as rebirth and karma
What the Teachers Say About Emptiness: Removing “Lazy Nihilism” from Shunyata — or “How Deep the Rabbit Hole goes” and “How Big is the Moon?”
Rebirth Part 2: Is There Scientific Evidence of Rebirth?
Awarded Top 50 Buddhist Blog

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